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Sun Foreign StaffJERUSALEM - Saddam Hussein's rule may have crumbled yesterday when American troops triumphantly took over the streets of Baghdad, Iraq. But perhaps more important, the regime went unmourned on Arab television. News stations from the Persian Gulf to...
Sun National StaffELIZABETH, W.Va. - She whirled in on a Black Hawk helicopter, addressed throngs of reporters and waved from a military motorcade to the thousands who lined the route to see the little girl from West Virginia-turned-celebrity POW return home. "Hi. Thank...
Associated PressWASHINGTON - U.S. commandos in Baghdad have captured Abul Abbas, leader of the violent Palestinian group that killed an American on the hijacked cruise ship Achille Lauro in 1985, U.S. officials said yesterday. Abbas was taken by American special...
Tags: Baghdad (Iraq), Prisons, Punishment, Italy, Egypt
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Fresh outbreaks of looting and civil unrest swept across Iraq yesterday, even as the threat appeared to be fading that remnants of Saddam Hussein's army would mount one last stand against U.S. forces on the battlefield north of Baghdad....
Sun Foreign StaffBAGHDAD, Iraq - Pressed against prickly coils of razor wire outside the Palestine Hotel in central Baghdad yesterday, Kassim Madlool waved his Iraqi identification card like a drowning man calling for help. But what the university-trained mechanical...
Associated PressBAGHDAD, Iraq - Violence continued in the Iraqi capital, claiming the life of another U.S. soldier, while journalism watchdogs called yesterday for an investigation into the killing of a Reuters cameraman by U.S. troops Sunday. U.S. officials said the...
Sun StaffJERUSALEM - After months of delays and debate, diplomats formally delivered yesterday an outline of the U.S.-backed Middle East peace plan called the "road map" to the Israeli and Palestinian prime ministers. When and in what form the two sides will...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Israel has vowed a fight to the finish against Hamas, a militant Palestinian group with the bloodiest record of attacks against Israeli civilians in recent years, but some U.S. analysts and Palestinian politicians say it will be difficult, if...
Sun Foreign StaffGAZA CITY, Gaza Strip - As Israel's prime minister congratulated the military for assassinating Sheik Ahmed Yassin, the spiritual leader of the militant group Hamas, more than 200,000 Palestinians jammed the streets for his funeral march and vowed...
Tags: European Union, Civil Unrest, Judaism, Israel, United Nations
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - President Bush demanded yesterday that Arab and European states work harder to prevent Palestinian attacks against Israelis, after five suicide bombings in 48 hours dealt a blow to the Middle East peace plan that Bush has vowed to lead....
From Wire ReportsJERUSALEM -- A suicide bomber blew himself up on a Jerusalem bus early today, and seven passengers and the bomber were killed. At least 20 others were wounded, four in serious condition, and another bomber blew himself up on the outskirts of the city....
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